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You should be able to signcut with a USB drive plugged in.
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Run the Setup.exe file.
Click next and then select the drive you just plugged in.
Click next, then select the folder you downloaded the tool to.
Click install and wait for the process to complete.
That should do it for you, I’ve never tried it myself but I believe it should work.
Casting a Magpul STS into a CMMG AR-15 upper is fairly easy with a few minor changes. If you want to do it, here’s the most accurate way to accomplish it. This is what I’ve used for my recent builds and is what I recommend everyone trying to work their way around the Magpul STS.
The CMMG STS is a non-trivial pistol grip to work with. With the T-shaped trigger guard, they are one of the most intimidating grip shapes in existence. I still think the STS is a great grip design because its a solid grip like the M1911 grip, but now you can see the length of the grip very clearly when looking down the barrel.
The first step is to get the correct size bolt face plate on the STS. I recommend grabbing the CMMG flat bolt face plate and an extra STS.
Leave the face plate off of the STS. This is important to make sure the bolt handle will clear when installing the upper.
Then cut the STS down to 1.5″ long. I use a skill saw, but a hack saw will work as well.
Now you need to carefully flip the STS over and mark the face of the spur. This should allow you to properly drill the spur.
Drill the spur where you’ve marked it. The STS does not have a spur like the M1911 and a good hole should be placed and drilled very carefully.
Then it’s a matter of getting the bolt face plate on. It should be easy to do by going over the bolt shoulder with pliers, but you will definitely want to use some anti-seize compound.
Once the bolt is in place, you can put the face plate back on. It